neuroglial


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neu·rog·li·al

, neurogliar (nū-rog'lē-ăl, -lē-ăr),
Relating to neuroglia.

neu·rog·li·al

, neurogliar (nūr-og'lē-ăl, -ăr)
Relating to neuroglia.

neuroglia

(nū-rŏg′lē-ă) [″ + glia, glue]
The interstitial and supporting tissue of the nervous system, also called glia. The cells, of ectodermal origin, are astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, satellite cells, ependymal cells, and Schwann cells. Microglia are phagocytic cells that are esp. active during injury or infection.
neuroglial (nū-rŏg′lē-ăl), adjective
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